Rod would also like to remind you that those vocals on that new A$AP Rocky single are his from 1968.
It was too good to be true—ASAP Rocky’s collaborative album with Rod Stewart, Born To Be Pretty, isn’t happening.
“Rod the Mod” was in particularly cheeky form when asked about the incident that allegedly left a fan with a broken nose.
Kashe is after more than a free buffet dinner and an upgrade to a suite – he is suing both Stewart and promoter AEG Live.
Their 18-date North American trek will kick off on May 23 in Albany, New York, making stops along the way in St. Louis, Washington, DC and Louisville, KY.
The collection will also features live takes on many of his most loved songs. Bonus: no “standards!”
Where Stewart’s performances are all about his persona, Winwood seems more comfortable behind his keyboards or guitar.
Stewart, currently on a solo tour, called in to (Radio.com station) WZLX’s Carter Alan earlier today (December 2) and talked about two potential reunions.
Bad news for Faces fans: Rod Stewart has announced that he’s extended his residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas and will return with his hits-filled show for two more years beginning this fall.
Rod Stewart has had a long and prolific career as a member of the Faces, the Jeff Beck Group and as a solo artist: he has never gone more than four years without releasing a studio album. Yet it has been twenty years since he has put pen to paper and written an original song of his own, dating back to Vagabond Heart in 1991.